Marconi was the founder of wireless communication | Marconi won Nobel prize in 1909

Marconi was the founder of wireless communication | Marconi won Nobel prize in 1909

wireless communicationMarconi who was the founder of wireless communication was born on April 25th, 1874 in Italy. He was born in rich family and so he studied privately. He had the interest of studying till the depth of any object. His observation was very strong. When Marconi was studying in Livorno Technical Institute, he concentrated on an article. The article was about wireless communication of radio waves. In the 1894th year, sending telegraphy with wires was very great. Marconi did research for two years and was able to send the radio waves up to a distance of two miles. Italy government did not give permission to his research and so he gave the experiment to the British people. His device was used in few ships and as a result of research, he was able to make the radio waves travel up to a distance of 31 miles. In 1901, radio waves were sent across Atlantic ocean and there was a great development in wireless communication. There were many uses with the help of wireless communication. Marconi won Nobel prize along with another scientist named Carl Ferdinand in 1909. Marconi was the founder of wireless communication and technology which is being used today.

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